Daffy: "Don't let it worry ya, Skipper. I'm just a crazy, darn fool duck. Hoo-hoo Hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!"Porky's Duck Hunt is a 1937 Looney Tunes short directed by Fred Avery. It is a landmark short in the series, being one of the first truly zany cartoons and thus codifying what distinguished a Warner Bros. cartoon from anyone else's cartoons. This was also first time Mel Blanc performs the voice of Porky and the debut appearance of then unnamed Daffy Duck.The plot of the short is fairly simple—a young Porky Pig goes out on a duck hunt, only to find trouble from the other hunters, as well as one particularly pesky duck roaming the ponds...This short was an immediate smash hit with audiences, and thus received a follow up a year later, Daffy Duck and Egghead.This short can be found on the DVD set "The Essential Daffy Duck".
—Porky establishing a Looney Tunes hallmark, and Daffy giving his very first lines of dialogue.
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